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Monthly Archives: May 2010

"theologizing en espanglish" by Carmen Nanko-Fernández

May 5th, 2010|

Neomi Rosenau DeAnda has reviewed Nanko-Fernandez’s book for the PTN.

“theologizing en espanglish” begins from the social location of a Latin@́, but provides a wealth of material for discussion, reflection and action for a multiplicity of perspectives. Carmen Nanko-Fernández shows insightful and creative thought in her new book. Nanko-Fernández writes on a number of different topics […]

Jesus and Justice by Peter Heltzel

May 3rd, 2010|

Jay Larson Peter Goodwin Heltzel, Jesus and Justice: Evangelicals, Race and American Politics (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009).

From time to time it is good to step outside of one’s concentrated area of focus to remind oneself that great people exist who are doing excellent and relevant work […]